Paid Internship Opportunities

Info

Address
East Bay Regional Park District
2950 Peralta Oaks Court
P.O. BOX 5381
Oakland, CA 94605

Contact
Leonard Bellow
Internship Coordinator
Human Resource Analyst II
(510) 544-2152
lbellow@ebparks.org

The East Bay Regional Park District employs approximately two-dozen interns each year in a variety of internship projects in most of the eight different District divisions.

Each project has a 600-hour maximum with a work schedule designed to meet project and student needs.

If you are interestred in applying please visit our Current Job Opportunities page.

Below is an overview of the program:

SPRING
INTERNS
SUMMER
INTERNS
FALL
INTERNS
Eligible Students Students from any college,
or university. Academic
credit may be possible.
Students from any college,
university, trade school
or high school. Academic
credit may be possible.
Students from any college,
or university. Academic
credit may be possible.
Project Term February - July June - November September - February
Project Types Varied within different
District divisions.
Varied within different
District divisions.
Varied within different
District divisions.
Project Requests due
from District Supervisors
September February May
ANNOUNCEMENTS POSTED OCTOBER MARCH JUNE
Application Screening December April July
Candidate Interviews January May August

BENEFITS FOR INTERNS
PAST INTERNSHIPS
 
 
  • Competitive hourly pay rate.
  • Flexible work schedules.
  • Field of study work exposure.
  • Academic and professional growth.
  • Enriching on-the-job experience.
  • Professional networking access.
  • Mentoring assistance.
  • Resume enhancement.
  • Academic credit in some cases!
  • Conducting park user surveys, compiling, analyzing, and presenting data.
  • Sampling, analyzing, and reporting on amphibian and macro-invertebrate populations.
  • Implementing small mammal live-capture program for tissue sample and release.
  • Capturing and editing video footage for public education on fuels management.
  • Developing a water-safety public outreach program.
  • Developing a waste and recycling model for use District-wide.
  • Researching green facilities maintenance systems for new District program.
  • Assessing recreation programs access and impacts.
  • Assisting Human Resources with new program development.
  • Updating Finance Policies and Procedures Manual.
  • Others: Capital Projects Review and Conversion, Forestry Management, Fisheries Project, Cultural Atlas and GIS Projects, and more!
   

Questions may be directed to Human Resources Analyst, Erika Corral at (510) 544-2161 or ecorral@ebparks.org.

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